Asa, hearing Morgan footsteps, defends Trump tweeting | Arkansas Blog

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Asa, hearing Morgan footsteps, defends Trump tweeting

Posted By on Wed, Feb 28, 2018 at 3:29 PM

click to enlarge ASA TO FOX LISTENERS: I hear you. Tweet on, Trump
  • ASA TO FOX LISTENERS: I hear you. Tweet on, Trump

Jan Morgan
has Gov. Asa Hutchinson running scared. This interview with Fox News is a case in point.

He's not for any meaningful gun safety legislation (oh, maybe some unspecified strengthening of background checks.) But otherwise, zip. And don't go criticizing Donald Trump while Asa Hutchinson is around, as Washington Gov. Jay Inslee did this week.

Inslee said at a meeting with Trump and other governors that Trump should Tweet less and listen more. This is advice even many of Trump's White House advisers have urged on Trump. Asa?

When asked about Washington Governor Jay Inslee saying President Trump needs to tweet less and listen more, Hutchinson said he thought Governor Inslee was being petty and playing to the TV cameras.

Said Asa while playing to a radio microphone received by Jan Morgan's people. Pitiful.

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